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aunque no parece estar tan tran self. big bad john ♪ >> reporter: john boehner, the plain-spoken man from ohio is under intense pressure to line tranquilo como siempre up every republican vote he can get to get his revised bill este senador esta tratando de c through congress. by all accounts, the big meeting with his fellow republicans is tense. in no uncertain terms, the speaker tells hard-line conservative who's are in no immediate to compromise to get in line behind his bill. conseguir todos los votos ♪ everybody knew you didn't give que pueda no lip to big john ♪ w>>> sreÑor orador, es justo dciecir >> mr. speaker, is it fair to say you have a bit of a rebellion on your hands, or do you feel -- que tiene una pequeÑa rebelion >> i have a little bit of rebellion on my hands every day. tengo un pporoblema it comes with the territory. >> you're not worried? viene con el territorio >> never let them see you sweat. no se ve contento >> you don't look happy on the front page of the "new york times". nlen la primera pagina del nyueva it says "boehner's grip on his
with little children learning a tough >> children with big dreams. >> i want to be a veterinarian or a singer. >> their childhood stolen. >> don't -- we don't let the p parents -- so why do we allow parents to work in the >> what happens to children whose classroom is the field? i hope he graduates f >> stug struggle, but s success. >> i'm the first in the family to go to college and get a degree. "america now," children of the >>> good evening, and w i'm ann curry. most children in america think of summer, thafrng ofinking of swimming and going to camp. they're migrant workers, some as young as 5 or 6, working alongside their struggling parents on america's farms. we've been following their story of hardship, perseverance and sometimes it's a story of surprising triumph adversity. here's dennis murphy. ♪ ♪ >> driving through farm country, you see them at a distance in the summer haze. ♪ ♪ >> small figures in th the mic migrants. >> about a dozen years ago we wondered what kind of lives they le ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eventually we were introduced to the flores
an american family would pay up. how big an alarm bell goes off when an american is being held hostage? >> the u.s. government starts moving with an american is held hostage. >> she was only 24, but alyssa levy lived to tell a story most of us couldn't imagine. pain, isolation and fear. >> i didn't want to die. i wanted to try to do something about it. >> this is a story of strength, stamina and survival, how one young woman rose to a harrowing challenge. alyssa used every challenge of determination and creativity she had. she was willing to do anything, everything she could to keep her family and herself alive. in a sense, alyssa levy comes from two different worlds. her father james levy is an american, born and raised on long island, just a few miles from new york city. her mother was an equadorian schoolteacher. the two fell in love when he was in the pearce corps. >> translator: i had no idea i would marry a gringo. >> the children are american citizens. >> i thought it would be best to bring them up in the states. >> but he found the family adored the rural peac
. the crime we're going to tell you about tonight is all too common. too big for local police, too small, it seemed, for federal authorities, but when "dateline's" hidden cameras got involved we uncovered a multimillion-dollar conspiracy and prompted federal indictments against an international crime ring. a sophisticated scam that preys on people who say to themselves i'd never fall for that. they come from internet boiler rooms overseas. promising big money. >> $850,000. >> 1 million united states dollars. >> $1.7 million. >> but to get it, some people wind up paying a fortune. tonight our story starts in connecticut where many woman got one of those e-mails. we've agreed only the use her first name, charene. >> when i receive tre e-mdi the man claimed to be based in nigeria. >> and before she realized it she was caught in a sophisticated scheme that stole her life savings but she felt so foolish she was reluctant to tell anyone. >> i was taking money out of my ira. >> how hard was it to go to police. >> i'm proud of her to come forward. i don't know if i wou
-l-a-m-o-r-o-u-s ♪4"yrñit's the dream of striking it rich that makes lottery big business. >> never know. >> travel, buy a house, pay off debt. >> i still have space. >> 46. >> 42 states, the district of columbia, and puerto rico run lotteries that rack up sales of $670 billion every year. >> tour the world, my dream. >> want to take care of my mom and dad. buy them a new house. >> definitely take my family on a good vacation. >> and i'm going to buy where i work. >> because the odds of winning big are minuscule, more than $17 billion ends up in state trepáu)ies every year. ♪ glamorous ♪ >> still, you probably think if you're lucky enough to buy a winning ticket, you'll end one the cash. but as we showed you, that's not always true. this woman handed a clerk some lottery tickets. >> i don't think these are winners, but could you check them for me, please? thanks. >> it turns out one of them is $1,000 winner. did the clerk tell her the truth? she went off to shop in the store. the clerk carefully examined the tickets. the woman is really a california lottery investigato
. it was very eye-owing for our community. very big news. >> so much lost in the blink of an eye. so much blood. >> i'm looking at myself every minute before i go in. it was hard to believe it got to where it was. >> a sense of place is important to this story, and here it is. rome, georgia. a county seat northwest of atlanta, population about 35,000. not too big, not too small. proud to be in the bible belt and all that implies about how you live your life and treat your neighbors. a great many of whom you'll know by name. growing up in this conservative city in the '70s was a sparkly little girl named michelle. she always seemed to end up front and center in the family snap shots kept by her aunt trish. >> she was always wanting to pose for my camera. she would sit at my mom's and dad's in the swing. i would take her picture. grab the little poodle, the doggie and take another picture. >> what the old photos of a happy kid don't reveal were the fault lines in michelle's childhood. her parents split up when she was a little girl. her father died when she was only 13. h
big brother, brooks, unlike anything they would ever know again. magic time. >> we grew up in a city called bel ame which is right on the mouth of the amazon, right where the atlantic meets the amazon river. and finally it occurredvom to m why i love being near the water so much. because that's where i grew up and where i traveled with my dad. >> reporter: and so they were close, as close as a family on its own in such a place as this could possibly be. and accomplished. marilyn douglas could have sung professionally had she wanted to. could have done all kinds of things. >> she was a straight-a student. i just saw her as being so smart and successful in what it was that she wanted to do. >> and what she wanted to do more than anything else was raise brooks and leslie. >> you can see their faces still? >> oh, yes. and i can hear my mom singing. ♪ i seek thee >> she did once. every week at church. and at home where she sewed the outfits leslie wore to compete in miss teen oklahoma. >> i was the one that spent time with my mom, whether it be singing or her making me a new dress for a
this beautiful little girl with big dark eyes. and when she came out, and i looked at her, venus, i can't even tell you how much i loved her. i can't even describe the love. >> reporter: even as a grown-up young woman they doted on her. larry, who spoiled her, you or therese? >> she did. when she came over to our house, she sat right in her mom's lap like she was a little girl. >> reporter: but was she a little more trusting than she should have been? it was her naivete that always worried her parents. >> she came home and told us that she met this guy and he secretedly confided in her that he was mafioso. we laughed. we said, venus, if they're in the mafia, they don't tell you. later we found out he worked at mcdonald's and was embarrassed to tell her that, but she believed him. >> reporter: in 2002 venus was 24 and ready to go out in the world. a soon-to-be college graduate with a degree in criminal justice. >> she wanted to be an officer of law, then she found out that she doesn't like guns, so that didn't work. >> reporter: what did work an3 it has to be for fou
seen this coming. >> this should have been the big indicator right here. this bike. the infamous bike laying on the car. >> why is that infamous? >> because i watch your shows. and every time there's a setup going on, there's like this crazy bike. i don't know. i'm a big fan though. >> we're not sure what he means. but we appreciate the fan. these three plumbers are with a company called drain pro. >> got a leak. >> is the electric turned off? >> again, none of the servicemen seem to do anything to diagnose the problem. after chatting for awhile, this technician names don delivers the bad news. the water heater is shot. >> okay this can't get fixed? >> no. it's the tank itself. >> and he says the leaking tank can be dangerous. >> once the water is flowing like that it could literally explode because of the pressure on the inside in. >> did you say explosion? >> they can explode, absolutely. like blow up, yeah. >> oh, god. you're kidding. >> again, all it was was a loose nut. >> oh, that is not good. >> it wouldn't blow up the house but tear down part of the garage. and if you were in
on a charge of murder in the first degree. big mistake, said paul zumot. >> when i first saw him, he -- all he was really still telling me is, you know, me being in custody, all of this is going to blow over with, you know? they're going to realize i'm not the person who did this. and this will be over with. >> coming up, drawing back the curtain for a peek at life with paul, in jennifer's own words. >> candles everywhere, flowers. >> when "burning suspicion" continues. ♪ ♪ [ woman ] sam begged and pleaded... so i sent him to camp. we'd earned lots of points with our new citi thankyou card... and i put them to good use. he told me about his bunkmates and how he signs up for every activity. ♪ ♪ he even hangs out with the camp director. just like that. [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. >>> in the days after the fire on addison avenue, after paul zumot was charged with murder and hauled off to jail, events in palo alto seemed to freeze somehow. in confu
. but it just tastes like fruit. and try our deliciously refreshing v8 v-fusion + tea. alright big guy. i'm just gonna throw you down right there and get that diaper off. oh! wow! how can you be sure the leak is locked? do the leak lock lift check. success! with new leak lock. huggies snug and dry diapers. are now even more absorbent. just lift, look and celebrate dryness. . beth! hi. looking good! you've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. not going back there again. good for you! how'd you do it? eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ femalennouncer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. >>> this murder was premeditated. and the defendant is guilty. >> the prosecution had delivered an impassioned closing argument that summed up the massive case that the state of florida had been building against casey anthony since 2008.
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is number five. always wanted a big family and weened eded ended -- we ended one one. >> they grew up in eugene, oregon including older brother brice and younger sister stephanie. >> we used to have fun dressing her up. she was our little toy, if you will. >> i know, let's dress up brooke right? >> yeah. she was just fun. >> little brooke didn't speak until she was 4. and even then could be a bit hard to understand. but as brooke grew, her natural talents spoke loudly. she loved animal and 4h, played basketball and ran track. >> she was good. she was better than most of the rest of us at the sport that we played. >> she snowboarded on slopes around oregon and as her little sister jessica remembers took pride in being scrappy on the soccer field. >> she came home from soccer and kind of had a black eye. my brother had asked what happened. she kind of laughed and said "i got in a fight." he goes, "no, you didn't, brooke. you don't get in fights." she said "you're right. i got hit in soccer practice, but isn't it so cool?" >> reporter: brooke was an honors student at
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's basically open game for them to go and attempt to kidnap and bring him back to brazil. that's a big concern of mine. i wouldn't put anything past them. >> reporter: both the grandparents' u.s. and brazil attorneys suggest it's absurd they would try to kidnap sean. but they were so angry about not seeing him, they filed a request for immediate visitation. saying it didn't qualify as an emergency, they denied their request and set a hearing for a later date. silvana complained to the media that sean's human rights were being violated. things had become ugly all over again. >> the brazilian court was misled. >> reporter: sergio their attorney says sean would never have been sent home in the first place if the courts knew this was how things would play out. >> they took for granted the relationship with the brazilian family would remain intact. >> reporter: she said at times she wasn't sure that sean was still alive. >> silvana had great concern whether he was alive or not. she has reason to be concerned. no contact. no phone contact. no personal contact. no skype contact was allowed with sean.
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